A year that is on almost everyone's mind. Apocalypse, the world ending, we all have listened to the same stories without solid complete evidence.
However, I believe 2012 is not the end of the world, but the end of America. The world, in my opinion, will still be here after 2012. What I am
providing is in my opinion a huge correlation between the timewave graph and the United States.
You probably have listened to or read something about Terence Mckenna novelty theory later known as Timewave Zero. According to McKenna, when novelty
is graphed over time, a fractal waveform known as "timewave zero" or simply the "timewave" results. The graph shows at what time periods, but
never at what locations, novelty increases or decreases and is supposed to represent a model of history's most important events.
First, let me say I have no idea what is going to happen in 2012. What I am writing here is my hypothesis, nothing more. Also, if you are not
familiar with timewave zero there are threads on ATS that can help clarify some of your questions. I recommend the one below by Evasius:
Timewave Zero - a closer look
The graph below is comes from the thread, "Timewave Zero - Countdown to Transition"
This is the graph I will be using to explain what has happened, happening, and what will happen to the United States. Furthermore, I am not saying
this graph is 100% accurate, but I do believe it is fairly close.
"Only time will tell the full story of the stock market crash of 2008, but on Monday October 6, the stock market would start a weeklong decline in
which the Dow Jones Industrial Average would fall 1,874 points or 18.1%. And while the cause of this crash may differ from those of 1929 and 1987,
they all share one common element - they all began in October."
Date c DJIA Close Point Change % Change
October 1, 2008 10,831.07 -19.59 -0.18%
October 2, 2008 10,482.85 -348.22 -3.22%
October 3, 2008 10,325.38 -157.47 -1.50%
October 6, 2008 9,955.50 -369.88 -3.58%
October 7, 2008 9,447.11 -508.39 -5.11%
October 8, 2008 9,258.10 -189.01 -2.00%
October 9, 2008 8,579.19 -678.91 -7.33%
October 10, 2008 8,451.19 -128.00 -1.49%
This corresponds exactly with the graph. Many people will say it happened in September, however, if you look closely at the dates you will notice
that October is missing. If October was placed in the graph, it would almost be a perfect match next to the red dot. Which sparked a question, what
caused it to peak in September leading the market crash in October?
Here are a few things that happened in September:
Ben Bernanke, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, warns the United States Congress that failure to pass the Paulson Plan quickly would make a
recession more likely.
(AP via Miami Herald)